Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Marcus Buckingham Question : What’s fundamentally wrong with our current emphasis on workplace culture?

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A Freethinking Leader's Guide To The Real World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Marcus Buckingham Question : What’s fundamentally wrong with our current emphasis on workplace culture?

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Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Marcus Buckingham Question : What’s fundamentally wrong with our current emphasis on workplace culture?

Work 52

Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. Marcus Buckingham Question : What’s fundamentally wrong with our current emphasis on workplace culture?

Work 52

Nine Lies About Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Very few organizations can measure knowledge-worker performance, for example, and so pronouncements about what leads to it are invariably wrong-headed. This research is the most precious knowledge we have about what animates great teams and their leaders, and is the foundation of the book. Marcus Buckingham Question : What’s fundamentally wrong with our current emphasis on workplace culture?

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Tech Wellness in the Nonprofit Workplace: Tips for Avoiding Collaborative Overload

Beth Kanter

According to Rob Cross’s research, knowledge workers spend 90 to 95 per cent of their time on the phone, responding to e-mails or in meetings. Make Solo Time A Part of Your Team Culture. Remote workers are often in very different physical locations, with different working patterns (that fit around the rest of their lives), and different needs.

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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

However, if you serve those clients with knowledge workers, you may end up with a more cost-effective outcome for that client. Of course, that isn’t their intent but we, as nonprofit technologists, need to focus with laser-like precision upon the real items that are affecting our less technologically-inclined co-workers. Put your social services worker hat on BEFORE you put your IT hat on. It’s immediately offputting to social services workers.